New York's delegation at the RNC was among those in Tampa cheering for Romney. YNN’s Josh Robin caught up with many members after the speech, and filed this report.
TAMPA, FL -- They shook his hand and slapped his back when he walked in, and cheered when he had a good zinger. Mitt Romney, according to New York State's delegation, did well. Very well.
The speech was often subdued, befitting the lean financial times and the need for Romney to flesh out an image as someone who understands ordinary struggles.
But more than other delegations, New York sat much of the time.
And what about Clint Eastwood? The Twitter-verse exploded with suggestions Dirty Harry's performance was kind of unforgiveable. No one said anything bad, on the record, that is.
While Romney now is on his way to stump in swing states, New Yorkers head back home, hoping the next time they see this many Republicans in one spot is at the inauguration.